Meet Our Fellows
|Eirini Iliaki MD is a Clinical Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is an attending physician at the Cambridge Health Alliance where she practices infectious disease, hospital medicine and provides care in TB clinic. She is involved with teaching and curriculum development for the Internal Medicine residency program at Cambridge Health Alliance.|
|Paula Valencia-Rey MD was the first graduate of the Hospital Epidemiology and Antimicrobial Stewardship Track. She has returned to Colombia, where she is on the faculty at the Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul in Medellin. Her responsibilities include attending on the HIV-TB ward, infectious disease consultations and outpatient care. She hopes to continue to be involved with infection control and antimicrobial stewardship, and plans to be active in clinical research.|
|Jai Marathe, MD is an Instructor in Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. She splits her time between providing care at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, a BMC affiliate, and her basic research in the laboratory of Dr. Deborah Anderson studying HIV mucosal immunity.|
|Dima Kabbani, MD completed a Transplant Infectious Disease Fellowship Training program at the University Health Network of the University of Toronto (UHN/UT). She now works as a clinical assistant in Transplant Infectious Diseases at the site of her training, UHN/UT, where she provides care for immunocompromised patients with infections.|
|Sina Helbig, MD is an attending physician in infectious diseases
at the Institute of Advanced Medicine, a program within the Mount Sinai Health System, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City and has an academic appointment at the medical school. Her primary activities are within the Center for Comprehensive Care, the largest HIV/AIDS treatment center in New York State.